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    Red face webpage source encrypted?

    today i was surfing the web and i found a cool web, then i wanted to read its source, but the source turned out to be like this:

    " FWSq5 p *  C?     uϦ=fZi YYY f f3 0@*1t
    X.`#|wX9yRFUH@1)hX,k6zʢQpMg-vt3El
    ,DMFC`M#4a P-7 M?6I4a텾I6 >ƌ)9Mjz*f*6qPd٫vE1#YR_M9ySf:QG:!6<U  ```  eee ___  YYY aaa ??? uuu 000 ccc  [[[ PAAA~*-6D|OY)\6?1nRѲfK(3?ո@AAJ:i
    f@@i{mCvͺz
    N#49!メPJ!f̀а hٳ`!E\J'6MM!,܈XlPгbC65+]^"jPClh!tu*COm
    =AzXЃ*PPBb"

    i wonder if it is encrypted and is there a way i can read it? thx every one...

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    That's Encrypted man.

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    can you tell as the address?

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    naah...it's just m$ frontpage output...


    it's probably a javascript encryption scheme...

    Google... encrypted html source. Results 1 - 10 of about 238,000. Search took 0.35 seconds.

    lots of info there...
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    Like despot said: Can we have the url!?

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    http://msdn.microsoft.com/downloads/...mpositedoc.xml

    Take a look at windows script encoder. I got it to work once before, not sure if the output was the same as what you pasted.

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    There is a way to hide the source, but it's more stenagraphy then encryption. It's just subsituting characters for their %n counterpart. [space] = %20...etc

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    Jethro is correct; in order for a webpage to resolve the browser has to be able to read it and encryption does not lend itself to that task. You can, however, substitute (cryptogram) ansi's for instance, .... &#111; &#107; &#191; (that might not work here, but you get the idea...)
    ****
    Hey, it did work here, but you'll have to read the backside of the page to see how.

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    this isn't encrypted it's a <omit>shockwave</omit> flash movie.
    -droby10

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    thx for all the replies, guys. i am sorry i forget the URL to that page, it seems the source code is indeed encrypted to prevent people from taking it and use it in their own sites.

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